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The artist's vade mecum : being the whole art of drawing taught in a new work, elegantly engraved on one hundred folio copper plates : containing great variety of examples in every branch of that noble art, as parts of the face, heads, hands, feet, academy, antiques, and groups of figures, beasts, birds, insects, flowers, fruit, shells, ornaments, buildings, landscapes, &c. &c. &c. collected from the works of the greatest masters : to which is prefixed an essay on drawing, with introductory rules for the use of learners, in which the first principles of that useful and noble art are explained in such manner that it may be attained in a short time without a master

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